Category Archives: babble

5 outstanding books to help you learn English

Sometimes, there is nothing better than curling up with a good book. And if that book happens to be in your target language, well, that’s a bonus! Reading is one of the best ways we can absorb new language and become familiar with how the words fit together. And let’s face it, if you’re doing(…)


The Five Best Youtube Channels to help you learn German

Learning German and want to add a little something different to your studies? Why not use Youtube channels? There are thousands of amazing resources available for German learners on Youtube; to help you get started, here are some of our favorites.     Easy German   You will find Easy German on a lot of(…)


Four amazing Youtube channels to help you learn French

Are you learning French and looking for some variety in your study material? Then look no further than Youtube! With thousands of channels intended for both native speakers and French learners, you are guaranteed to find something that you enjoy and will help. Not sure where to start? Here are some of the best Youtube(…)


The very best Youtube Channels to help you learn Spanish

We use Youtube tutorials for so many things, and all have favorite Youtubers we follow. So why not keep your Youtube app open instead of guiltily clicking out of it for us catching you not studying, and use it as a learning tool instead? Here are some of the best Youtube channels to help you(…)


Skip the Mundane! 8 Conversation Starters for Introverts

Small talk isn’t for everyone. Especially introverts, who find the practice tedious, wanting to get straight to the deep stuff without the empty conversations that typically start with enquiries about your weekend. So get over the idea that introverts just despise other people, and instead make yourself a better raconteur and conversationalist! Here are some(…)


How Does South Africa Balance 11 Official Languages?

We recently talked about the multilingualism of Switzerland and were impressed by its integrated use of three official languages. But what about places that have even more than three official languages? Are they equally impressive in their language use, or altogether more chaotic? Let’s start by taking a look at the country with the most(…)